Flora of Northern Ireland
Hieracium latobrigorum
© Paul Hackney
Hieracium latobrigorum
© Paul Hackney
Hieracium latobrigorum
© Graham Day
Hieracium latobrigorum
(Map updated: March 2008)
Hieracium latobrigorum
© Graham Day
 

One of the so-called 'foliose' hawkeweeds, with tall stems with many narrow leaves up the stem and an inflorescence of bright yellow flower heads. An attractive species of riversides, especially in sheltered and wooded glens in upland areas such as the Mourne area or the Antrim glens. The commonest of the foliose hawkweeds; flowering from July onwards.

All names: Hieracium latobrigorum (Zahn) Roffey; Hieracium inuloides ssp. latobrigorum Zahn; Hieracium auratum auct, non F.Hanb